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NuLOOQ Offers Macs New Control Over Adobe Apps

NuLOOQ Offers Macs New Control Over Adobe Apps

by , 11:15 AM EST, February 23rd, 2006

Logitech and Adobe Jointly announced NuLOOQ Professional for Adobe's Creative Suite 2 applications on Thursday. NuLOOQ Professional is designed exclusively for the Mac, and includes the scroll wheel-like NuLOOQ navigator and NuLOOQ tooldial, a customizable application that offers quick access to design tools. According to Logitech, the two work in combination with your keyboard and mouse to improve your overall productivity in Adobe Illustrator CS2, Adobe InDesign CS2, and Adobe Photoshop CS2.


Logitech's NuLOOQ navigator

NuLOOQ Professional will be available in March, and is priced at US$149.99. The NuLOOQ tooldial application can also be purchased individually at the Logitech Web site for US$49.99.

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